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and by a rancher. i ewe up in new york city. gentlemen, thanks for being on "the young turks." >> thanks for having us. >> thank you. >> benjamin, i want to talk about the ranching. what is it about this pipeline and how will it affect your life and the life of people who do what you do? what are the impacts on your business? >> well, the first impact's going to be the immediate impacts of construction on the land itself, so for example what folks from where i'm from in the sand hills were concerned about was the impacts on that landscape, because it's very fragile. sand hills is the name, and that's the soil. it's sand, and folks are concerned about erosion wind erosion, and things like that. another impact is to the aquifer. this pipeline will be directly in the aquifer. that's the largest fresh water source in north america and the sows of all of our agricultural livestock and irrigation water and source of the economy in my state. >> we almost wore the same thing today. i'm glad that didn't happen. you know i think that in speaking to both of you, one of the things, steven, is to talk about wha
i used to watch sex and the city. >> the fact that you don't know what they are or the fact that you watch that? >> why would a guy watch sex in the city? i watched it with ladies. >> of course. >> i am guilty of that too. >> i thought you watched it alone. >> that's a little aphrodese situation. it helps. i need all of the help i can get, brother. >> listen >> folks, before we go any further, it is time for your "full-court press": >> this is the pull court fres. >> dan. >> other headlines making news on this friday cbs/nfl commentator dan morino will work at the super bowl but while he is talking about the game everyone else will talk about him. the new york post reported he had an affair and fathered a love child with a cbs geoworked with back in 2005. it's just coming out now that that child is approaching 8 years old. former dolphins quarterback has been with the network since 2003. sources say he has paid the former production assistant millions of dollars and has been trying to keep the matter private. things might be a little awkw
will be there also attending philadelphia mayor michael nutter and new york city police commissioner ray kelly. we'll see you on the other side. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. good point. you know what else liked to paint? >> hitler. >> stephanie: you know who else? weapons of mass destruction that didn't? just sayin'. we're not sayin', just sayin'. >> hitler was good at drawing buildings but not people so much. >> neither is george bush. >> stephanie: remember how jim used to do george w. bush drawings with his crayons? >> this is a bird, i think. >> stephanie: messing up my picture of george w. bush in the shower. >> oh! >> stephanie: six minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. happy monday. sarah palin apparently said to the vatican how is that popey changing thing working out for you? [ ♪ circus ♪ ] rocky mountain mike said -- at any rate -- >> is the pop
: where? >> traverse city, michigan. i'll have the website by my end time with with you today. stephanie: i don't know if there's any marco rubio jokes left. >> i think there might be a couple left. it was great. i was doing live coverage with all the folks at current on there, so we timed it with david shuster and cenk, we all had bottles of water to drink from. there was so much focus on his dehydration, she have given a short shrift to his lies. stephanie: that's true. he fell into the orchestra pit at the end. there's nothing at a you're going to remember. >> how do you sweat that much when you're standing in complete darkness. i've seen snuff films with better lighting. this is why you need union lighting guys, marco. i know you don't like the sound of that. stephanie: boehner basically came out and said what i said about the state of the union with all these great ideas clapping politely as if to say none of that's ever going to happen. that's what he said, nah none of that's going to happen. >> it's fun to watch to see where they don't stand up. i try to tell my republican friends
in a program that is modeled after the air force system. new york city is looking at it. new jersey has just kicked it off. we look and we think governors across the country will be operating it in a year. but we have never had a program that develops the high tech talent until now. >> michael: we're clearly moving toward an era way past spyware and spam blocking. alan pallor. thank you for sharing with us all that you know about this real threat. >>> does the push towards climate change need a shove in the back? we'll have a discussion with james west of the climate desk. he's with us in "the war room." stay with us. with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines. real, gripping, current. documentaries... on current tv. i want we have big change on the climate change front. many were arrested at a keystone pipeline protest outside of the white house. and today bernie sanders and barbara boxer rolled out a big piece of climate change legislation with many of those activists standing behind them. their bill would do many good things. the great part about that, three firth
star-studded funeral, scattered at his villa in lake como, half an hour north of milan -- the city that had crowned him a king. lazaro quintana: "what the world lost when gianni was, was killed, the most creative, the kindest man i've ever met, one of the most intelligent men i've ever talked to." joan juliet buck: "lost a really happy guy and a guy who was eager to share his happiness, eager to share his toys, happy to bring people into this dance that he'd invented. it lost someone charming who still had a great deal of innocence i think. antonio d'amico: "it's impossible to forget. it is impossible to get out the images of his blood, the body on the blood. i mean, that is an image that would be almost with me. i still suffer for him, of course. gianni's a part of my life and will always be." [ music ] hey, good morning, everybody. what do you say? it is monday morning. can you believe it? monday february 8th. great to see you today. no. i'm sorry. february 11th. what am i saying? great to see you today. welcome to the "full-court press" here on current tv, coming to yo
against gun control. gun safety. and questions were raised at the time of the oklahoma city bombing. he had a lot of ties to militia movements. he received a coded message presumably alerting his office or whoever whoever the fax was addressed to, that something was coming. there was an investigation about did he turn over that message quickly enough to the authorities. he eventually was cleared but there was a cloud of suspicion. there were articles and articles written about it. this is a guy whose ideologiology guns and militia fits squarely in the ted nugent view. in this cases, it is not surprising at all that he would bring them. >> bill: we'll continue to take your comments at bpshow and by phone at 1-866-55-press. unless john boehner steps up and says wait a minute, we do have certain standards here, ted nugent will be in the gallery tonight at the state of the union. i dare him. you know also -- you know what already pisses me off is the cameras will be focused on him and when president obama is talking about gun control, it will be a split screen. president obama and ted nugen
was in traverse city thinking this town needs a sexy liberal. >> stephanie: good morning, john. >> good morning. i'm just taking my acid for my theme song. >> you hung out with my new bff, michael moore. >> stephanie: i know, he is awful. he said i'm not doing this again. i'm not going on because of bowling for columbine and how powerful that was, he said i'm done. you don't even have to have the sound up on your tv you see carolyn mccarthy and you go what happened? >> it's true. i'm not talking about the overwhelmingly favor responsible gun limits but i'm talk about the gun junkies. >> stephanie: yes, the top gun myths in mother jones, with have coming on, dave gilson. >> that's right. >> stephanie: and i remember walking out of the theater after bowling for columbine and thinking wow. >> yeah i think sicko and capitalism were great pieces. and it turns out he puts on quite a great comedy festival. it was snowing the whole time, but when michael moore gets involve -- he owns this state theater, and he did everything he has nights where it is only $0.25, so families can see
you ask how to get to somewhere at a certain hour, it's going to be bad. how do you get to culver city from here? >> i think we laughed for five solid minutes. >> welcome to my world. >> you're screwed. >> stephanie: okay. >> or you could take the 101 to the 405 but going through -- >> stephanie: simple math is never right. okay. 1-800-steph-12. >> usually it is faster because at one time it took me two hours to get to santa monica. >> stephanie: i'm ready for my close-up. however, i think there is no way to get to culver city from here. >> no. the worst place you could go from here, seriously. >> stephanie: the rest of the show, people asking how do you get from burbank to culver city at 9:00 a.m. >> have you ever seen that sketch? the californians. >> stephanie: are you kidding? that's any party in l.a. oh, my gosh. traffic. which way did you go? that way? oh. >> stephanie: first hour of a party then everybody has to go because they talk about what's the best way to get home. all right. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. jill in ithaca. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller:
: meetings at the white house on the tame -- same topics. you couldn't have this in any other city in the country. new york saying good-bye to ed koch the three-term governor. did you ever meet him? mayor. ran for governor, lost. >> i think i met him once at a conference briefly. he was a force of nature. he just knew how to -- he was just -- he knew how to command a room. very entertaining person. when i was working for jerry brown, jerry brown would never go to official meetings of mayors or governors or whatever. we used to send me. and i think it was during one of the conventions in new york that the mayor then, mayor koch, had a reception for the governors at gracey mansion. jerry brown refused to go. so he sent me. and i would -- i was in my 20s. i introduced myself. to the mayor. he was so glad to see me. oh jerry brown. then he took me around personally and introduced me to every governor who was there. that was the kind of guy he was. just took me under his wing. it was just great. >> that's funny. >> bill: yesterday everybody there was 2500 people at this service. at this
. peter, calling from new york city. hey, peter. >> caller: hey bill, good morning. how are you? >> bill: thanks for joining us. what's your take on all of this? >> caller: my take is that i'm actually alarmed that we think that we can't cut $85 billion out of a $3.6 trillion budget or to put it another way about 1/3 of 1% of the $17 trillion gross domestic product and think that this is going to crater our economy. if our economy is that weak, then there's been no recovery and what is the point anyway? if we're really concerned about the cuts, bill, why don't you advocate the president give all of the different departments to take the cuts and allocate it so it's best used so it is not across the board. >> bill: first he can't do that. of the sequester is legislation passed by congress which calls for across-the-board cuts. the president can't unilaterally rewrite legislation. so that's the first thing my response to you peter is first of all, i would say -- the congressional budget office says it is going to shrink the economy by 1.3%. it is going to reverse our economic recovery and i
"all things considered." he was an up and coming star in the city of philadelphia, and on a national scale. december 9, 1981 happens but he resurfaces--that's the night he was arrested for the supposed killing of officer faulkner. he resurfaces much because of this woman who was able to take his voice and transported it around the world. i would not made the film without noelle's help on this. she has done a h erlecean voice. and mumia makes it look easy. he's so good at what he douse. >> i had done hundreds of interviews, before mumia. when i sat down with him. he was the most professional. he did one two three takes. he was stepping up. he had game. it really made it possible. i was searching for voices from inside prison that could tell those stories because i thought the mainstream media was you can't be talking about this cultural. you can't talk about america without voices of prisoners in the mix. too good a story. >> john: of course. >> and this was in prison. this was a guy who really could tell that story. >> john: we are almost out of time. do you think he'll get a new tri
just happen to be the cities represented by congressional leaders nancy pelosi, john boehner. perhaps the most visible symbol of the damage caused by firearms is jim langevin. he had a gun accident as a police station where he was serving as a junior cadet. he's urged his colleagues on capitol hill to invite victims of gun violence to be their guests at the state of the union tomorrow. thirty democrats are planning to do so, with over 190 shooting on an average day in america, they should have no problem finding people who's lives have been scarred by guns. joining me tonight, it is my pressure to welcome from washington, d.c. jim langevin. welcome to the war room, thank you for being with us, head of this speech and head of your big idea. >> good evening. thanks for having me on the program. >> of course. tell me, what do you hope to achieve by bringing victims of gun violence to the state of the union? >> well, we're all touched and our hearts broken when we heard the news of what transpired in newtown connecticut. no one wants to see that happen again. we need to keep the focus on
areas of kentucky to obviously to cities across the country. >> john: playing the responsible law enforcement card is a mighty powerful thing to do. but the president reportedly is going to do something bigger tomorrow night. packing the galleries for the save thestate of the union address. they're apparently countering by inviting ted nugent. who wins on that one. >> the president obviously does. i've seen scoffing from people on fox news, they think it's distasteful for the president to bring in victims of crime and hold them up on national tv to get a vote passed, but really in my opinion this is democracy at work. we do have a gun violence problem in this country. there are many people who want to change, including people whose families have been ripped apart by gun violence. they're showing up to congress to be heard seen and try to get something done. certainly versus ted nugent i would say that's the upper hand. >> john: as a comedian i'm a big fan of ted nugent. they would expand background checks but not much else. are the senators behind the voters on this issue? what wi
to vote, there was such an outcry in the room, i didn't hear the cities that he mentioned. >> most people didn't hear gabrielle giffords's name. he said mark kelly, gabrielle giffords and mark kelly. he said gabrielle giffords deserve as vote. nobody could hear it. it was at that point a din of i think really excited people. >> people knew that she was there, we had seen her before she went in. she has never looked stronger and i've known her since her first run. she's come a long way from when she was shot. she really was very, very strong and with the family there and so it was very exciting. it was one of those moments. it was a happening. it wasn't that it was a cheer. michael: right. >> it came from owe oh he. michael: it felt that way. i don't want to compare it to any other speech, but felt like some of the great american speeches you heard and at the end built to a crescendo and was very poignant. let's talk about the reality which is unfortunately where we have to go with it. he laid out a real progressive agenda in some ways last night. you know some of those things are not goin
: during the first few days after sandy, there was not a single homicide in the city of new york contrary to what mr. lapierrre lied and only seven alleged luting cases in all of brooklyn. what's he talking about and do his fans care? >> he's been watching too many movies, mad max australia back after 2,000 years. the guy simply is detached from reality. i think the -- >> john: does he need to be? isn't his job to sell fear? >> i was completely wrong about three months ago. less than that. after the newtown massacre, and there have been a sequence of horrific events. i kept waiting for an alternative force to emerge within the nra. somebody to stand up. somebody akin to what's going on in the republican party now or even a karl rove saying hey guys, we can't win this way. there are gun owners who are sensible. i keep waiting for some of those to band together saying here's what we think we can do. >> john: you see 85% of nra members support background checks. >> there's no voice. they need somebody to be their recognizable face who can then -- >> take on the leadership. >> push lapierrre
'connor left, and replaced that's how they came down in cities eyecitizens united and it looks that's how they'll come down in mccutcheons. >> michael: now we return to the campaign front where mark sanford is fine tuning his campaign message for the house seat. he's turning that pesky negative, the one about running off to argentina to visit your mistress while telling everyone you're taking, he's turning it into talking points. >> i absolutely failed in my personal life and my marriage. but one place i didn't ever fail was with the taxpayer. if you look at my 20 years in politics what you would see is a fairly remarkable consistency in trying to watch out for the taxpayer. >> reporter: sanford released an ad mentioning god in the same breath as second chances. this guy knows his condition sit wents. senator rubio visited the palace with his wife. get used to this duo. the next time we see them it could be in iowa getting ready for 2016. and last week we brought you how the obama administration plans to protect our cyberinfrastructure. now a report ties the chinese government to dozens of cy
and cities from food regulations such as nutritional labeling in restaurant and keeping toys out of meals. we know that the state's latest ad slogan, mississippi come for the cuisine and stay for open heart surgery. they seem to forget that they lost the war and they were technically and morally the bad guys. how to explain they still have the confederate flag on their state flag and flew that flag over the state capital. instead of saying the south will rise again how about saying the state i.q. levels will rise again. not all the laws are bad. they want to raise the speed limit from 70 to 75. this is very humane, any law that allows people to get out of mississippi just a few minutes sooner, it's a beautiful thing. deep. like me. [ male announcer ] head & shoulders deep clean for men. ♪ ♪ >> john: we're talking about sugar today and i asked our viewers to tweet in their thoughts on this sweet subject. to esther wrote, sugar is the heroin of our society. anyone strung out on sugar makes as good a record as keith richards did on heroin: easter is now a month away, it's a good time t
, everybody. ed koch passed away. he died this morning at the age of 88. he serves the city of manhattan from 1978 to 1989 and was a congressman before that. he became a regular media figure, and was a judge on the people's court. a new documentary on the mayor run opens date. a suicide bomber a and caused a blast in cur i can outside the u.s. embassy. at least one other person has been seriously injured. so far no one has claimed responsibility. another consideration would be some sort of iranian attack in retaliation for an israel air strike. for the first time tomorrow senior officials from the united states and russia will get together to talk about political transition in syria. joining them will be membersover the united nations. the goal is to end the civil war that has now killed some 60,000 people. today is secretary of state hillary clinton's last day on the job. she has repeatedly dodged questions about running for president in 2016. we're back where more show after the break. happy friday. stay with us. ♪ what we need are people prepared for the careers
wanted to let you know that i'm a self proclaimed liberal, democratic in the city of chicago so trying to listen to you here, stephanie. stephanie: thank you. caller: so my first question to you, what is -- because i looked on your website real quick here. what is the definition of a liberal? stephanie: i think everybody's is different. go read the john f. kennedy quote if you have time about what it means to be a liberal. i'd say that sums it up pretty well. caller: that's exactly what i am and i am a policeman in the city of chicago. definitely under that definition, i have looked at it before, i'm a liberal without a doubt. stephanie: you're a liberal that believes in no gun control of any kind. caller: no gun control? well i do believe that there should be gun control. i actually think there should be narcotics control too, for cocaine and heroin, do you? stephanie: you have 20 seconds for your point. caller: look at the city of chicago, you can go to every street corner and get drugs. stephanie: i am a cop that is in support of no gun control for any kind. >> laws are a waste of t
to strengthen the middle class. he is spending time until palm city, florida. the president is pushing his plan for universal pre-school this week. but that could run into road blocks thanks to republican lawmakers who say early learning programs are not effective. >> that's despite an increasing amount of evidence on the benefits of childhood education programs, including higher high school graduation rates and reduced teen pregnancy and crime. some research actually suggests every single dollar invested in pre-kinder garden programs saves $7 down the road because those kids are less likely to involve themselves in risky behave. last year, only about a quarter of the nation's preschoolers were enrolled and thet just wednesday, secretary of education, duncan said funding childhood programs is the best possible investmentment in education. more bill press coming up after the break. and, as always, join us in this our chat room. we would love to hear from you there, current.com/billpress. see you there. billy zane stars in barabbas. coming in march to reelz.
championships for the people of l.a. i hope that this city and i know the organization will honor him and i hope the nba the league will honor him. >> bill: you know they will. there will be a great tribute in los angeles. >> he was an incredible owner. when you think of all of the championships he saw come down. >> bill: a real positive presence in the community and beloved presence in los angeles. an owner unlike dan snyder here in washington whom everybody hates. you know, with good reason. he's an a-hole. >> i was watching espn yesterday. it was interesting how they showed he sort of created this show time. they call it show time in l.a. because it was a real party atmosphere. you weren't just going to watch a sporting event, you were going to watch a party event. he sort of pioneered that in the nba. >> bill: you walk around the streets of washington, d.c. and try to find somebody who would have anything nice to say about dan snyder, right? >> you would have a really hard time. even long-time fans of the team. >> bill: the only people who would have anything nice to say are the people who g
always been afraid to go into bars that i'm not familiar with. and if you have these cities where people are carrying guns how am i supposed to go into a bar and be relaxed when i don't know if something is going to pull a gun when i say something that brings them mad -- >> be sure to bring a priest and a rabbi with you. >> james tweeted clarification. hagel actually spoke to friends of hummus. >> stephanie: oh, it still sounds scary and middle eastern. michael in wisconsin. hi, michael. >> good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: i wanted to elaborate on the conceal/carry legislation in illinois. hb997, unlike some of the tee baggers, i know how to google. i'm kind of concerned about some of the language in the bill it doesn't seem like there are a lot of -- >> stephanie: maybe yb don't you brush up on that and call me back. give that a once over and then give me a ring. not that we wouldn't like to wait. [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> didn't we just get done saying that silence is deadly on radio. >> stephanie: what do you people not understand.
, they did a survey up in new york city and they found out -- get this -- every one of 16 su. hi bars that the reporter we want to, every single one of them mislabeled the fish that they were selling. then they went to grocery stores and restaurants. 39% of the seafood from 8 -- 39% seafood from 81 grocery stores and restaurants was not what people claimed it was. that was last year. now, the latest, there is a group, environmental group called "oceana" does good work. they looked into this. this is what the "new york times" article is all about. oops. hold on one second. i want to get those numbers from you. they looked at 1,215 fish samples. they bought 1215 pieces of fish. one-third of them were not what they said. >> wow. >> one third were miss labeled. they checked out red snapper, popular fish. i usually order if it's on a menu, red snapper or sea bass. red snapper if it's there, i will get it. i love it. >> you thought you did? >> i thought i did. i don't know what i am eating eel or something. not eel but out of 120 samples of red snapper, two
packed city streets from the city hall to m and t bank. coach and ed reed were there. ed reed singing a little. >> ravens celebrating. they had every right to sell brate. >> b 'more super ball champs. >> a special crap game. >> oh, yeah. oh, sure. >> bill: yesterday at the briefing, i have to tell you it was pretty intense overs the drones. we started talking about this yesterday when the news broke about this department of justice white paper. the timing is very significant because tomorrow is the confirmation hearing for john brennan, the president's nominee, a good man, to be the next director of the cia. and brennan is known at the whitehouse, among other things, former deputy at cia, for being the architect of america's drone policy. he is the one who decides when drones are used and who they are targeted and what american citizens might be targeted. this is bound to come up. several senators have already told me they are going to craze this question with john brennan and publicly said so. and just at the time they are preparing for this hearing
and fear about that then let's say a cop who shoots an unarmed guy in new york city. drops the gun and walks away. and says i saw something shiny and we have a little bit of a hearing and that's that. >> stephanie: right. >> the truth is nobody has a funeral for a downed drone. that's what this is all about. the minute they have a drone that has arms that can snatch somebody out of their car and bring those people to an actual courtroom, i think technologically speaking, they would do it in some cases. in this case -- >> stephanie: we were talking about the legal stuff with ian at the center for american progress. ray writes steph here is another perspective. doesn't get much discussion. it's precedent we're discussing. let's say mexico decides they have been successful. it might help them in their anti-drug war and they start flying drones over new mexico and arizona. would we congratulate them on their initiative or take it as a declaration of war on the u.s.? >> we would take it as a declaration of war on the u.s. and mexico would never do it. the analogy to pakistan is watery.
latin-american drug gangs have invaded every city of significant size in the united states. phoenix is one of the kidnapping capitals of the world. states on the u.s./mexico border may be the first places to suffer from cartel violence. by no means are they the last. all of the latin-american drug gangs to fight on through on your way to work, he says guns would help that. >> bill: this is why you need an ar-15 in every house in columbus ohio. >> after hurricane sandy we saw the hellish world that the gun prohibitions see. looters ran wild. there was no food, water or electricity. if you wanted to walk several miles to get supplies, you better get back before dark or you might not get home at all. it is the most paranoid thing i have ever read. it is crazy! >> bill: he is certifiably insane. >> we'll tweet out a link. >> bill: i can't believe the nra doesn't recognize that. every time they put him out in front, they lose ground. >> he's not helping. >> bill: alex, that gets back to the issue of ticking through some of the things -- the main ideas in the president's state of the unio
to the aid of a community, of a city, of a state. whenever there is a natural disaster. and people are you know, put in very difficult situations with their homes being destroyed. and we have to fight to get them to vote to support rebuilding and giving emergency aid. so they're crazy. >> stephanie: i love how you say it. you say it the way it is. congresswoman waters you know, obviously a lot of the emotional high point everybody thought the speech was clearly -- the president's thoughts on gun control. during the state of the union. but i mean, even -- where we've gotten in the debate in this country. there's ted nugent sitting in the chamber who has threatened the about -- the president's life. i heard some republican agreed with a right wing radio host and had to apologize the president is using gabby giffords as a prop in the gun control debate. have we gotten to the point where we can't have a decent human debate about these issues? >> we're way past the point where we can have a decent debate. not only have they undermined this president in extraordinary ways, you know and people ra
it should be a river but it is not. oh, a wash. >> you were in a culvert in culvert city. >> stephanie: was in a culvert. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: very exotic film location. i'll living the dream here in hollywood. the light was quite perfect and beautiful. and with the camera you looked like you could get carded, and you were funny. i think you will be very proud of it. my director. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i did -- when she first asked me to do it i said you don't just want me for my car, right? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: and she said no we really want you. and i said okay. back to the dead monkey funeral. >> you were so close to the oil wells of baldwin hills. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i have some more letters from my fans to read. be in the culvert momentarily. it was the butt of los angeles -- >> yeah you brought your script for the remake of salamey. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: and we had to keep pausing for people on scooters. and it's like what is this? scooters! i'm shooting here! silence. >> like old people scooters. >> stephanie: yeah. >> like hover-rou
aside, they believe in wiping out miles and miles of city blocks to get -- >> stephanie: on the offchance someone -- >> the poor people they disagree with are there while the other people are trying to work at a shoe shop until this nonsense passes. they get wiped out in the process. >> chuck said that it was the tip of the iceberg. talk about one guy who shot up an orphanage with a 50 caliber machine gun. >> but that's all right. >> stephanie: a senate panel approved him yesterday. what hal is referring to. harry reid said he would move ahead with a full senate vote. he was jamming it through. >> stephanie: so republican senator jim inhoff insisting any confirmation be based on votes. several republicans have said that would be an unprecedented effort. when john mccain points that out, you know, seriously. >> huh? >> stephanie: senator carl levin said their demands are beyond the scope of what has been asked traditionally of former nominees. a point echoed by john mccain. >> eh? >> did i or didn't i? wait. what day is it? who am i for and against? who am i mad at this w
and cities where you had to check your gun. and people weren't running around crying wait it's my right. >> after the ok corral incident in tombstone. gun control. >> stephanie: yeah, look into it. richard in texas. hi, richard. >> caller: hey, originally i'm a democrat from georgia, moved to texas and -- okay it was a lot more -- less tolerant in georgia. believe it or no texas there are a lot more tolerant people and we can have a conversation. if anybody had to sign the sequestration, because we would never go there with the sequestration, and now it's like, oh, crap we might actually go there. is there any way to get across to people -- people who are voting for republicans and they are voting against their own -- >> uh-huh. >> caller: that's what they want. and they have no idea and it's so frustrating -- how can you educate people? >> stephanie: that's the thing richard, no matter what subject we're talking about even on guns, the majority of nra members want background checks. i don't know whos the house republicans are representing exactly. >> they are re
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